Not every PC gamer has the luxury of space and if you are one those living in a space-starved dwelling, then a compact gaming PC that makes no compromise is the way to go. And ‘a compact gaming PC that makes no compromise’ is exactly what the new Maingear Turbo Gaming PC is about.
Yes. There are more Acer ConceptD. And we salute Acer’s ambition. If you don’t already know, ConceptD is Acer’s solution for creators. Announced last week was an expended lineup that includes laptops, desktops and monitors.
Remember the “World’s Smallest 4K Mini PC” we told you about? Well, it is now live on Indiegogo where you can pre-order a unit for only 1,201 Hong Kong dollars, or around US$155. $155 for a full-fledged PC. I kid you not.
Jammy Co., Ltd., brand owner of Workson and a licensee of many properties in Japan, including the hugely popular Evangelion, has revealed that it will be introducing a line of Evangelion-inspired gaming hardware. The Evangelion gaming hardware will be marketed under a new Evangelion esports brand e: PROJECT.
Creative professionals and content creators who are looking for a new workstation PC may want to take a look at the new Maingear Pro WS Workstation PC. Available as both custom and pre-configured systems, the Maingear Pro WS Workstation PC is optimized for various creative applications.
We are well aware that someone had once built a brilliant Ducati PC case. This is not that. This is a custom Ducati case too, but this one is from the super talented outfit in China, simply known as FUXK (don’t ask).
Whether you are on a budget or you find that a 4K-capable PC-based multimedia system is a total eyesore in the living room, the world’s smallest 4K mini PC, Chuwi LarkBox 4K Mini PC will have both concerns covered.
This is Ludicrous PC by Origin PC. Ludicrous it is because, the PC case is an actual Tesla Model S… kiddie ride. Now, surely we do remember the ludicrously priced Tesla Model S for Kids by Radio Flyer, don’t we?
There’s nothing that screams ‘geeky!’ then putting the innards of a product out there. That, my friends, is also why tear down skins for gadgets are so alluring. At least it is to some geeks anyways. But why put a sticker when you can actually have it wide open for real. I am not sure […]
The COVID-19 pandemic is not the end of the world. But it does set some people thinking what if an apocalypse occurs and the Internet is out? If that happens, whatever connected gadgets you have are pretty much useless.